But let's face it gang--most Americans will do anything to lose weight...except (you guessed it) diet and exercise.
The Good News? Christians don't need to diet and exercise to get a perfect body.
In his book, The Case For Easter: A Journalist Investigates the Evidence For The Resurrection, Lee Strobel probes the core issues of Christianity.
Was the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead a superstitious myth or life-changing reality?
Focusing his award-winning skills as a legal journalist on history's most compelling enigma, Strobel retraces the startling findings that led him from atheism to belief.
In his book, Strobel examines:
- The Medical Evidence--was Jesus' death a sham and his resurrection a hoax?
- The Evidence of the Missing Body--was Jesus' body really absent from His tomb?
- The Evidence of Appearance--was Jesus seen alive after His death on the cross?
Based on the historical data, Strobel became convinced the evidence for the resurrection was entirely credible and, in fact, undeniable.
Strobel's verdict? Jesus Christ really is the one and only Son of God, who proved it by rising from the dead.
"But to all who believed Him and received Him, He gave the right to become children of God" -- John 1:12 (emphasis added)
The 3 steps to a perfect body?
Believe + Receive = BecomeA wise man once said: "Our bodies will be real, physical, genuinely human bodies--the very same bodies we have while on this earth--yet wholly perfected and glorified." -- John MacArthur, Christian scholar
"Spend your time and energy in training yourself for spiritual fitness. Physical exercise has some value, but spiritual exercise is much more important, for it promises a reward in both this life and the next. This is true and everyone should accept it." 1Timothy 4:7-9News:
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